Archive for ‘June, 2011’


Help St. Mark’s Girl Scouts as they help out the Humane Society’s dogs

Help St. Mark’s Girl Scouts as they help out the Humane Society’s dogs

St. Mark’s Girl Scout Troop 643 is working toward their Bronze Award by joining with the Pasadena Humane Society for "Pet Adoption Day" at the appropriately-named Three Dog Bakery at 36 W. Colorado Blvd. in Old Town Pasadena. The event will be Sat., June 4, 10 AM-2 PM. The troop is looking for donations of […]

Kidspace Concert Weekend

Kidspace Concert Weekend

This Saturday and Sunday, Kidspace Museum in Pasadena is hosting a weekend full of music and summer activities. Saturday afternoon the music begins in the Stone Hollow Amphitheater when Kidspace presents Lemonsquare! On Sunday stop by for the singing talents of Aaron Nigel Smith and his concert entitled, “Everyone Loves to Dance.” Aaron is a musician and educator who […]

(De)Construction

(De)Construction

Today is the first day of the month, and that means it’s Theme Day for participating City Daily Photo bloggers. Today’s theme is Under Construction. In South Pasadena’s case it might as well be called Under Destruction. The city continues to wait (in traffic) for the finished result of the Fair Oaks construction project. I’m […]

BUY-1-GET-1-FREE at Ocho Mexican Grill in Downtown LA for BrighamYen.com Readers*

BUY-1-GET-1-FREE at Ocho Mexican Grill in Downtown LA for BrighamYen.com Readers*

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LACMA’s fantastical peek into Tim Burton’s brain

LACMA’s fantastical peek into Tim Burton’s brain

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art kicked off its highly anticipated Tim Burton exhibition this past weekend. This major retrospective, which runs through October 31, digs into the dark and quirky world of Burton’s creativity as a director, artist, illustrator, photographer and writer. It includes over 700 drawings, paintings, photos, storyboards, puppets, concept artworks, […]

Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality

Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality

In recent years, scientists have looked at how the internet affects our brains, but how is it affecting our personalities? In his new book, Stanford University psychiatrist Elias Aboujaoude documents the disturbing phenomena that few medical professionals have written about, or understand, but that any casual observer has noticed. Whether it’s obsessive-compulsively checking e-mail or […]

Theme Day: Under Construction

Theme Day: Under Construction

A few years ago, the eyesore at the corner of Washington and El Molino was a problem liquor store that plagued the neighborhood. This photo is almost exactly two years old. Now, thanks to Joel Bryant and Trademark Development Group, it’s about to become the Classics at Washington Park, a group of eight craftsman-inspired townhomes. […]

Arts Council’s ARTBreak at Webster’s June 17-24

Arts Council’s ARTBreak at Webster’s June 17-24

The Altadena Arts Council is presenting its annual "Altadena ARTBreak" on June 17-24. The event, which showcases the creative ability and talent of the area’s school-age children and youth, will be held at the Temporary Gallery in the Webster’s complex, 2460 N. Lake Ave. According to Mary Ann Stevenson, executive director, "ARTBreak is all about […]

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